Posted October 05, 2018 09:50:18The U.K. and the U,S., Europe and the Middle East all have a lot of high-end jewelry.
But what happens to these gems once they leave the region?
We have a new study that shows how these high-quality pieces are being traded around the world, and how the demand for these jewels has skyrocketed over the past few years.
Luxury brands are a key driver for global sales growth.
In 2018, the U to the European Union (EU) surpassed the U in sales to China as well as the Middle Kingdom and the United States.
The U. S. and Europe also made significant gains in 2018, but this time around the U and EU saw the largest increases.
Lionel Messi’s soccer team was the highest-selling item in 2018 on the market in China, with sales of about 5.5 million pieces.
Nike accounted for about 1.5 percent of the overall sales.
The U-K., Italy, France and the Netherlands were all the top three in terms of sales.
But the U-S.
was the top seller in China and Europe, and the top sellers in China in 2018.
Sales to China increased by 8.3 percent from the year before.
The increase was the largest since the year 2016, when sales were up 8.1 percent, according to the study.
The European Union’s sales were about 10.6 percent higher in 2018 compared to 2017.
The EU has been pushing hard to open up to China, which has been its main trade partner for the last 20 years.
China is also expanding its footprint in the region.
In 2019, it bought a controlling stake in the Chinese airline Air China.
Air China’s sale of the company to the state-owned China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) came after the government announced plans to open its market in the Middle Eastern market.
The deal is expected to close this year.
Lionsgate and MGM are also big sellers in Europe, where they are producing and selling a range of high end movies and television shows.
The Lionsgate-MGM partnership, which includes two movies, is the highest selling film partnership in Europe.
Sales in Europe in 2018 increased 7.6% from the previous year.
The share of luxury jewelry in this category rose from about 6.4 percent in 2018 to 7.9 percent in 2019.
Luxury jewelry sales rose from 2.5 to 4.7 percent in the U., France, Germany, Italy and Spain, according the study, which was conducted by research firm Mintel.
The biggest growth in sales in Europe was in China.
The region accounted for more than two-thirds of all sales, up from about two-fifths in 2017.
China’s total sales increased 9.1% from 2017 to 2018.